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O'Reilly Network: Interview with Chris Nelson

Mar 29, 2000, 18:18 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dale Dougherty)

"I had a few questions for Chris Nelson, the developer of Mozillazine.org, our newest affiliate. Chris lives and works in State College, Pennsylvania, home of Penn State."

"When did Mozillazine get started? Tell me about yourself and why you started the site?"

"MozillaZine got started in August 1998. When Mozilla became Open Source in the Spring of that year, I was very excited about Mozilla's potential, and I wanted to help the effort in some way. MozillaZine was the best way for me, as a non-coder, to contribute to the project. I felt Mozilla needed someone out there sticking up for it, and promoting it, and it also needed a way to bring the community together and help focus discussion."

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